MacProVideo – Melodyne 201: Advanced Melodyne [ENG]

By | December 22, 2016

Melodyne 2.0 loaded with a bunch of new features. Allow product specialist David Andris show you how you can enter a new Melodayna DNA technology in their production … David begins with thev achievement of a series of videos on how to configure the already recorded piano. This is – an incredibly useful material and there are many important methods with which to cope, to really do it right. From there David explores some cool sound design techniques, changing formants of an audio file to reverse its natural resonance!

Melodyne 2.0 is loaded with a bunch of new features. Let Product Specialist David Andris show you how you can inject Melodyne’s new DNA technology into your productions …

Editing the pitches of individual notes within a polyphonic audio sample is impossible, right? WRONG! Melodyne is here with its DNA (Direct Note Access) technology and the once impossible has now become reality! Welcome Celemony Product Specialist David Andris who has set aside time from his busy production schedule to show you everything this software masterpiece can do!

David starts off big time with a series of videos on how to tune an already-recorded piano. This is incredibly useful stuff and there are a lot of important techniques one needs to master to really do it right. From there David explores some cool sound design techniques by changing an audio file’s formants to completely alter its natural resonance!

The next series of videos is all about building vocal harmonies, sampling and even designing transients from scratch! The final section employs techniques from “Musique Concrète” to make music out of ordinary household products. Who needs drums when you’ve got a kitchen full of percussion that you can manipulate with Melodyne ?!

If your audio files need some new DNA, watch David Andris’ masterful tutorial and learn how Melodyne can genetically alter the sound of your productions!

Content
1: Intro
00:57
1. Intro
2: Piano tuning and Formants
3:33
2. Piano Tuning – Part 1
4:40
3. Piano Tuning – Part 2
4:27
4. Formant Tuning – Part 1
2:39
5. Formant Tuning – Part 2
3: Creating Harmonies with One Plugin
4:42
6. Using One Plugin To Create Harmonies
4: Sampling With Melodyne Editor
4:21
7. Sampling With Melodyne Editor – Part 1
4:22
8. Sampling With Melodyne Editor – Part 2
5: Learning The New Timing Tools
2:23
9. Intro To New Timing Tools
03:14
10. In Depth with the Attack Speed ​​Tool
3:05
11. In Depth with the Time Handle Tool
4:25
12. Vocal Phrasing With The New Timing Tools
6: Transients and Sound Design
5:14
13. Designing Transients – Part 1
6:08
14. Designing Transients – Part 2
3:45
15. Sound Design – Part 1
5:23
16. Sound Design – Part 2
3:00
17. Sound Design – Part 3
7: Tuning Harmonies – One Mic
4:59
18. Tuning Multiple Singers on One Mic
8: Making Music with Household Objects
5:48
19. Music With Household Objects – Part 1
5:43
20. Music With Household Objects – Part 2
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Video
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Format settings, CABAC: No
Format settings, ReFrames: 2 frames
Format settings, GOP: M = 2, N = 30
Codec ID: avc1
Codec ID / Info: Advanced Video Coding
Duration: 57s 400ms
Bit rate: 310 Kbps
Width: 960 pixels
Height: 540 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 16: 9
Frame rate mode: Constant
Frame rate: 10.000 fps
Color space: YUV
Chroma subsampling: 4: 2: 0
Bit depth: 8 bits
Scan type: Progressive
Bits / (Pixel * Frame): 0.060
Stream size: 2.12 MiB (77%)
Language: English
Encoded date: UTC 2012-05-17 20:55:43
Tagged date: UTC 2012-05-17 20:55:44
Color primaries: BT.709-5, BT.1361, IEC 61966-2-4, SMPTE RP177
Transfer characteristics: BT.709-5, BT.1361
Matrix coefficients: BT.709-5, BT.1361, IEC 61966-2-4 709, SMPTE RP177
Audio
ID: 2
Format: AAC
Format / Info: Advanced Audio Codec
Format profile: LC
Codec ID: 40
Duration: 56s 424ms
Bit rate mode: Constant
Bit rate: 91.7 Kbps
Nominal bit rate: 112 Kbps
Channel (s): 2 channels
Channel positions: Front: LR
Sampling rate: 44.1 KHz
Compression mode: Lossy
Stream size: 632 KiB (22%)
Language: English
Encoded date: UTC 2012-05-17 20:55:43
Tagged date: UTC 2012-05-17 20:55:44

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